Nathan's 'Crimes In The Book Samuel'

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In the second book of Samuel chapters 11 and 12, David commits a crime of murder as a solution to his faulty sexual actions. After committing this crime and marring the wife of whom he murdered, God sends Nathan, a prophet, to confront him about his disgraceful sins. To allow David to fully understand the extent of the crime in which he commits, Nathan presents a scenario to him. The scenario sheds light the life of a poor man, who has nothing but a sheep in which he nurtures as if it were his child, on the other hand, there is a wealthy man, who has thousands of sheep and everything that one could dream of. There is a traveler that is in need of a place to dine. He travels to the wealthier home and is immediately turned down, he then travels
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